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Old 03-10-2012, 03:52 AM   #1
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2004 Land Yacht (Gas) Turn Signal Flasher Unit

Can someone give me a hint as to where I might find the turn signal flasher unit on my 2004 LY w/slide. My hazard lights flash (both brake and turn), but my turn signals have quit working both front and rear. I have searched under the dash, but have not located the flasher unit.

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Old 03-10-2012, 06:06 AM   #2
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Can someone give me a hint as to where I might find the turn signal flasher unit on my 2004 LY w/slide. My hazard lights flash (both brake and turn), but my turn signals have quit working both front and rear. I have searched under the dash, but have not located the flasher unit.

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It may be on the back side of the fuse panel, depending on the chassis builder.
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Can someone give me a hint as to where I might find the turn signal flasher unit on my 2004 LY w/slide. My hazard lights flash (both brake and turn), but my turn signals have quit working both front and rear. I have searched under the dash, but have not located the flasher unit.

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I believe there is a fuse that controls both the turn signal switch and the backup lights. You may want to check that, as it maybe the fuse rather than the flasher. Just a thought.
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Thanks for the replies!

I've checked all the fuses and all are good, but turn signals still do not work.

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Thanks for the replies!

I've checked all the fuses and all are good, but turn signals still do not work.

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Do the hazard lights flash?
If so, you can follow the noise, and with any luck, the turn signal flasher will be within a few inches of it.
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if it not located in a fuse block you might find it by looking for a 2 wire harness. it is usually located somewhere near the steering column.

who built the chassis? is there a fuse/relay block under the hood area?
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The 2004 30 ft Land Yacht with slide is built on a Workhorse chassis and has an 8.1 l GM gas engine. There is a fuse block under the hood. And, yes, the hazard lights all flash correctly.

THANKS for all the input!

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Took my rig into the shop and they discovered that the root cause of our light problems was a loose wire in the electrical cord that connects the coach and the toad. The loose wire shorted and caused various blown fuses and blown bulbs. I searched all the obvious fuse panels (under hood, under dash and in one storage bay outside the rig) and had earlier replaced a couple of blown fuses. Apparently, the shop found a fuse panel I was not aware of. I will get its location when I pick up the rig. We should be good to go. Will check it out fully on the next rally.

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